Given the power of an MBA and the doors it opens, the network it offers and the problem-solving skills it teaches, business students need to be more engaged in their education and to make a conscious effort to understand what they want to get out of their MBA degree.
Earning a Master’s in Business Administration, or MBA, in Finance may help individuals to advance their career and increase their existing knowledge of the finance world. Most MBA in Finance programs can be completed in about two years, and may lead to professional careers in accounting, investment, or economics.
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The MBA Petroleum Accounting and Finance programme of the University of Professional Studies Accra is designed to meet high level academic and professional needs of the public and private sectors of the economy, particularly, the petroleum and gas sector. [+]
The Master of Business Administration in Internal Auditing is designed to meet high level academic and professional needs of the public and private sectors of the economy. [+]
This Programme is designed to prepare successful applicants to develop an understanding and appreciation of the values of the auditing process and the need to maintain ethical standards in the application of auditing practice. [+]
The Programme is designed to prepare successful applicants to strategically manage their organisations’ financial and other key resources. The aim is to develop the graduate students’ knowledge in key financial areas, while developing their business and leadership skills, which can only be acquired by earning an advanced degree at UPSA. [+]